Creativity, Innovation

Daydreaming: Imagining Creates Reality

We live in a society that values and rewards efficiency over creativity. Yet, the tasks that lead to efficiency are slowly being taken over by robots and bots leaving us humans to do things that are not repetitive in nature. As this happens, we’ll have more time to do what leads to creativity: daydreaming. And while this may sound like fun, in this day in age, daydreaming gets a bad rap; often seen as frivolous…
entrepreneurship, Leadership

If You Can’t Outsmart, You Must Outbehave

Follow through, follow up, being considerate and thoughtful; these are the basics of relationships and business. Across the world there is a chronic problem with all of these critical relationship and business building activities, there isn’t a day that goes by where someone is not complaining about being ignored, treated like a commodity and just not having a pleasant experience with other people.
entrepreneurship, Innovation

Subtraction: The Simplest, Most Common Path to Innovation There Is

Waiting… It’s something we all do on a daily basis and have accepted as a given in most situations. Mostly, waiting is a hassle and inconvenience when our expectations of “waiting” are not met, and a pleasant surprise when they are exceeded. Waiting should be eliminated if it were up to us, but that is wishful thinking. Still, we can do things to make waiting less of a hassle and more of surprise.